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What doyou all think about one of AEM's new gauges...



AEM’s digital Boost display gauge delivers unsurpassed accuracy and visibility. Each gauge includes 24 color-coded (Red, Green, Yellow) LED lights that change from green to yellow to red for immediate reference to the measured parameter, and an integrated thee-digit display that reveals real-time operating conditions.

AEM’s digital display gauges feature a standard 52mm gauge housing that fits in most gauge pods and can be remotely mounted virtually anywhere. Each gauge includes interchangeable silver and black bezels and black and white faceplates to personalize the look of your gauge—it’s like having four gauge designs in one!

Includes easy-to-install harness and sensor
Complete stand alone gauge requires no additional sensors or programs to operate
Ideal for both fuel injected and carbureted motors
LED displays provide precise reference to critical operating conditions and alert driver of potentially damaging operating conditions
Includes 0-5V analog output for routing to engine management system or data logger
Easy to read faceplates/displays are designed to complement existing AEM gauge styles
Included bezels and face plates allow you to personalize the look of your gauge

Nice looking gauge and seems accurate.

MSRP $275.00 + Ship
PRacing (Our) Price: $172 Shipped.


AEM aslo offer a gauge type controller. Would look AWESOME to go with the boost gauge.

Info can be found here:
http://aempower.com/ViewCategory.aspx?CategoryID=68
MSRP: $345 + Ship
PRacing Price: $242 Shipped

Just wanted to get opinions. Very nice looking items.

I could set up a GB if anyone is interested. Our price would be a bit lower, since we normally sell AEM/DC items fairly cheap.

I was also thining these two would make a great pair to go with the new gauge bezel coming soon.
 

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its okay. there's somethign about a digital readout that reminds me of the calculator watches from the 80's. I'm really a fan of the dial gauge that has the same amber backlight...can't remember what kind it is though...it's been posted a few times.
 

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52mm should fit the guage bezel perfectly. I dig it.
 
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